An Israeli border guard stands during clashes with Palestinian protesters in the occupied West Bank city of Ramallah on December 11, 2018. - Israeli forces in the West Bank have been on high alert since late on December 9, when seven Israelis were wounded in a shooting at the entrance to a West Bank settlement. (Photo by ABBAS MOMANI / AFP)

Israel’s night raids policy continues, arresting 9 Palestinians in occupied West Bank

Occupied West Bank (QNN)- On the dawn of Tuesday, Israeli occupation forces arrested nine Palestinians during night raids in different areas throughout the occupied West Bank.

Spokesperson of the Israeli occupation army said that they arrested nine Palestinians throughout the occupied West Bank under the pretext of being “wanted”.

In the North, Israeli forces raided the village of Duma in southern Nablus and arrested Muhammad Dawabsheh (20 years old) after breaking into his family’s house and vandalizing it.

Four other Palestinians were reportedly arrested in Bethlehem.

Local sources said that Israeli forces arrested Mohannad Omour (20 years old), Ahmad Omour (23 years old), and Muhammad Omour (25 years old) from Taqqu’ in southern Bethlehem in addition to Naseem Sbeih (33 years old).

In the Palestinian capital, Israeli forces arrested 2 Palestinian worshipers in front of the Al Aqsa mosque and informed a Palestinian lady that she is prevented from entering the holy mosque for 15 days.

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